5 Things Mexico Need from Their Game with USA

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5 Things Mexico Need from Their Game with USA
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This is it.

Mexico has to turn things around to keep their World Cup dream alive. After a painful loss to Honduras at the Estadio Azteca, the Mexican Football Federation sacked coach Jose Manuel de la Torre.

Interim coach Luis Fernando Tena will try to overcome 41 years of winless drought in World Cup qualifiers playing away against the United States.

“The Bars and Stripes” come from a tough loss in front of Costa Rica that saw Jozy Altidore, Geoff Cameron and Matt Besler booked for the second time in the hexagonal hence they will not be eligible to play against “El Tri.”

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